Sue Barnes

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  1. Awesome page! I love your black and white with spashes of blue page! Great picture and it looks like she is stepping outside the blocks.
  2. Great job on this one too! This class gave me soooo many ideas...there were so many things I had done before but not put together in an artsy manner. It was fun, wasn't it?
  3. That must have been a challenge as you are working with such different textures in the pictures and a more monochromatic color scheme. I have to say this is an amazing example of how to take the techniques and apply them in a completely different manner. I really love the more subtle gradient you used and that you can really focus on all the different important aspects of the pictures.
  4. Another beautiful page! Wow, you are really going to town on these techniques! The watercolor technique looks amazing and that was one of my favorites from the class/brushes. You are my new idol (sorry, Tiffany! LOL)!
  5. Wow, another great page....Love the pictures the blending, the saying and especially the effect you used on the title! So beautiful! I need to get back in those videos and try some of these techniques out! Maybe I can do one as nice as yours...having a bit of trouble finding my non-linear mojo lately...
  6. LOVE this! You did an amazing job and I love your choice of photos!
  7. Aw, he is so cute and I love how you have his feet "out of bounds" on this page. Very nice job with the title and all the comic book effects!
  8. Nice, Amy! Love the pictures and the two page spread....I also like the way you clustered some of the elements and the journal strips being in the corner.
  9. I like your page! This was definitely a challenging one with all the filters. I like the angle of the sections and the colors you have next to each other. I don't think I did as good a job with that. If you are talking about how the faces look, I honestly think you could adjust one or two of the filters and reduce the size of the "dots" (for lack of a better word!) on the faces and you would love it! I think it's really cute and it seems comic/retro to me with an almost 80s secondary theme. Brings back the memories, for sure! I'm going to try these techniques again myself because I want to play around with them.
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    I thought this month would be really hard for me but it was so much fun! The hardest part was just trying to come up with a title and then I didn't have a whole lot of room to fit it in...but I have to say I LOVE these comic book style pages and halftones! I had the perfect pictures for this style and I like how my page turned out. My son really got a kick out of it! Papers and elements were all from Megs kit this month.
  11. What a great story for a comic page! She was sooo tiny...it is hard to imagine, and look at her now. Such a cute page.
  12. Oh, Cassie, this is just such a beautiful moment! I can't even imagine worrying about a spouse who is serving in Afghanistan, caring for a child yourself and then worrying the child wouldn't remember your husband (I'm sure he was worried about that too). What sacrifice and commitment you both made. Thank you for sharing this personal moment with us and please thank your husband for his service.
  13. This really takes me back, Christa! If we went anywhere, when I was a child, we camped! We had some of the best adventures and saw some amazing sites all over the US. The pictures reminded me of our tent and dining fly. I love the way you organized the photos and the journaling and I love the added embellishments.
  14. Lovely, absolutely lovely. Your story is beautiful and the photos show it. I like the symbolism of the circle and how you blended the photo of you both into the left side behind the journaling.
  15. Wow, this is amazing! Your photo, the blending, the "grunginess", the story/journaling...it is just wonderful!